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Scriptrunner IDEA integration - Unhandled no script text or file path provided

I'm having problems getting the Scriptrunner - IDEA integration to work.

After following the instructions, and enabling the 'insecure connection', the project is created in IDEA, but the expected groovy file is not generated

The project structure is



Scriptrunner says there is an error - look in the IDEA log which shows this:

2018-07-25 10:57:52,215 [2595500] DEBUG - ptavist.idea.actions.OpenInIde - Project '/home/xxx/IdeaProjects/jira_749982' jira_749982 
2018-07-25 10:57:52,215 [2595500] DEBUG - ptavist.idea.actions.OpenInIde - Adding script roots request to list of actions
2018-07-25 10:57:52,216 [2595501] ERROR - #org.jetbrains.ide.RestService - java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Unhandled, no script text or file path provided


I'm using JIRA 7.6.7, Scriptrunner 5.4.12, IDEA Ultimate 18.1.6, using http, not https

Environment: Ubuntu 16:04, Jira ris unning on a local Ubuntu VirtualBox VM accessible via


Any clues would be gratefully received.



2 answers

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There is currently an open bug report for this here:

This should be fixed once this is released. We would advise to watch that issue for updates and this should hopefully be released soon. 

Kind regards,


Adaptavist Product Support 

Hi Katy,

Many thanks for the info - I'm slightly relieved to hear that this is a known issue, and not something that I'm doing wrong.

Hi, @Richard Lucas

Connection successful, when project is not empty. Not sure why.

Hi @lpopil

Unfortunately, that groovy file just doesn't get created, though the directory structure does.

Thanks for taking the time to reply.

Just one more thing, start typing in console, before pressing connection button.

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